Last updated: December 10. 2013 1:40PM - 1096 Views

Aiyana Morris, a third-grader at Pickens Elementary School, received a special package in the mail Dec. 6: an envelope addressed to her from Duck Commander Co. containing a signed photograph. After dressing up as characters from the hit reality television show “Duck Dynasty” during Red Ribbon Week this year, students at Pickens Elementary began writing letters to the cast and family at Duck Commander Company in West Monroe, La. Teachers used this as an opportunity to teach friendly letter format and motivate students to write.
Aiyana Morris, a third-grader at Pickens Elementary School, received a special package in the mail Dec. 6: an envelope addressed to her from Duck Commander Co. containing a signed photograph. After dressing up as characters from the hit reality television show “Duck Dynasty” during Red Ribbon Week this year, students at Pickens Elementary began writing letters to the cast and family at Duck Commander Company in West Monroe, La. Teachers used this as an opportunity to teach friendly letter format and motivate students to write.
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Aiyana Morris, a third-grader at Pickens Elementary School, received a special package in the mail Dec. 6: an envelope addressed to her from Duck Commander Co. containing a signed photograph. After dressing up as characters from the hit reality television show “Duck Dynasty” during Red Ribbon Week this year, students at Pickens Elementary began writing letters to the cast and family at Duck Commander Company in West Monroe, La. Teachers used this as an opportunity to teach friendly letter format and motivate students to write.

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